It's typically a challenge to find a great restaurant close to the turnpike, but this place fits the bill. Who would think a restaurant of this caliber would be located in Somerset Pennsylvania. When you arrive @ this beautiful Georgia mansion (built in 1915), you are escorted to your table and presented with a menu that has your surname imprinted on the menu. What a nice touch! The wait staff wears white gloves and is quite attentive. We began with a shooter (cup) of vichyssoise and the escargot. Both were done superbly. The escargot were the largest I have ever seen and were succulent. Salad is included with the entree. I had the caesar, which was very good, just a little over-dressed. My wife had the garden salad with a wonderful lemon-blue cheese dressing. For our main course, we had the Arctic char with couscous and asparagus (yummy) and the lamb chops with mashed potatoes and a wonderful reduction sauce. Prior to the main course, they brought a mango pallet cleanser to the table. Made from scratch, and it really hit the spot. We opted to skip desert but were surprised with a small thimble made of dark chocolate and filled with white chocolate mousse.
This is a "special occasion restaurant and just a wonderful jewel in Somerset, Pennsylvania.
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